The sale of Andrea Conti to Fiorentina appears to be moving in the right direction as AC Milan have approved his exit, a report claims.
Last night our market correspondent Pietro Balzano Prota has told us that Fiorentina are following Conti closely and are interested in signing him to replace Pol Lirola, who is Marseille-bound. He told us earlier today that Fiorentina want Conti as their new right-back and are ready to sign him on a permanent basis.
Now, he has told us that contacts are expected in the coming days between La Viola and the Rossoneri management who would still like to monetise the sale of the full-back.
According to reports from Di Marzio (via MilanNews), Milan have given their ok to the sale of the former Atalanta man, just as the player accepted Fiorentina as a destination. The two clubs have not yet had contact, while in the next few hours the player’s agent will have an appointment with the Florence-based club.
The formula could be an 18-month loan with an obligation to buy at €7million.